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|5.||Crash Test||03:46||Show lyrics|
|6.||Flesh Hold||02:32||Show lyrics|
|10.||Big God / Raped Souls||02:39||Show lyrics|
|11.||Arise Above Oppression||01:51||Show lyrics|
|12.||Self Immolation||02:47||Show lyrics|
|13.||Suffer Age||03:40||Show lyrics|
|16.||Escape Confusion||03:59||Show lyrics|
|Burton C. Bell||Vocals, Intro (on "Big God")|
|Dino Cazares||Guitars, Bass|
|Darius Seponlou||Intro (on 5)|
|Colin Richardson||Percussion (on 9)|
|Lora Porter||Percussion (on 9)|
|Robert Fayer||Percussion (on 9)|
|Colin Richardson||Producer, Mixing|
|Lora Porter||Executive producer|
|Steve Harris||Engineering, Mixing|
|Bradley Cook||Engineering assistant|
|Robert Fayer||Engineering assistant|
|Satok Lrak||Computer graphics, Art direction|
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This is Fear Factory's debut album not Concrete, which was recorded in 1991 but not released until 2002.
Andrew Shives is credited as the bassist, but he didn't play on the album.
"Natividad" is considered an instrumental, but technically, it's just the sound of things being crushed and smashed. The track is a dedication to, and is named after, Dino Cazares's mother.
This record is dedicated in loving memory of Natividad Cazares (1935-1982) and Joey Cazares (1959-1985).
Released on CD, LP and tape format.
Recorded at Grand Master, Ltd. (Hollywood, CA), May 1992.
Mixed at Fon Studios (Sheffield, England), June 1992
Mastered at Future Disc (Hollywood, CA).
All music and arrangements by Dino Cazares.
All lyrics by Burton C. Bell, except Escape Confusion and Suffer Age by Dino Cazares, and Arise Above Oppression by Burton C. Bell and Dino cazares.
Barcode: 0 16861-9160-2 2
Matrix code: SONOPRESS G-3615 / RR91602 A 2
SID codes: none
Label-Code: LC 9231
Distributor reference: D.IRS 983.360
Other reference (on back-cover): 7 9160 2 MU 760
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